The last few days have been full of spec-leaks on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus will reportedly be launched on the 7th of August. Tech news portals all over the world have been covering leaked details of the much-anticipated flagship phone’s specifications, design features, cameras, etc. Although there has been no official word from Samsung on the matter, word around the block is that we may get to see the launch of 2 new additions to the Galaxy Note family – The Galaxy Note 10, and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
5G Connectivity Confirmed
Around late June this year, it was rumored that Samsung’s new launches will be 5G internet compliant. However, the latest images that surfaced online show the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus with the popular American telecommunication giant Verizon’s branding on them, which confirms the fact that the new models will support Verizon’s much-revered 5G network.
While the leaked images also confirmed that the new model will boast 3 rear cameras, it did not come as much of a surprise given that other popular models like OnePlus 7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10 have already rolled out with three rear cameras. There’s also no teardrop notch on the screen, and the images show a full 6.8-inch edge-to-edge curved QHD+ AMOLED display with a great screen-to-body ratio.
Buy a Note 10 Plus now, get a Note 10 Free!
The promotional images leaked on Twitter also denote that customers who pre-order the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G via Verizon will also get a Galaxy Note free. The text in the picture also suggests that potential customers will be able to buy the phone first via Verizon, which makes this the second exclusive Samsung device on Verizon this year, after the Galaxy S10.
When it comes to specifications, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus may allegedly boast either one of the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC from Qualcomm or the Exynos 9820 processors, along with a centre-mounted punch-hole cutout. Users may also expect the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and the Galaxy Note 10 to be packed with bigger batteries, and a 45W fast charging mode with a 25W fast charger for sure. The new Note 10 models will also come with improved low-light photography options that have been reported to be even better than those of the latest S10 models. As August approaches, there’s a lot of hype being built around Samsung’s new flagship models this year. Would you buy the new Galaxy Note 10 Plus? Stay tuned for updates!